Shoot for the Stars This Summer!
You can make math a fun part of everyday life.
The program is simple. Bedtime Math posts zany daily math riddles on their website, free app, and Facebook page. Every time kids do a math problem, they can track their progress using a fun connect-the-dots constellation chart and shiny star stickers available at the library. Kids can bring in their sparkling constellation chart and earn a Bedtime Math flashlight.
Examples of Questions
Wee Ones: If you twirl 3 strands of spaghetti on your fork while your cousin spins 5 strands, who has the bigger bite?
Little Kids: If you have 8 strands of spaghetti on your plate and you twirl 3 on your fork, how many strands of spaghetti are left on your plate?
Big Kids: If you bravely twirl 8 strands at a time, how many giant bites does it take to eat your plate of 72 noodles?
This program begins June 23, 2014.